Around the horn: The Orioles participated in a postgame ceremony to honor Don Baylor, who died Monday after a battle with multiple myeloma. Baylor debuted with the Orioles in 1970 and began his 19-year big league career in Baltimore, playing with the O's from in parts of six seasons. He played four years with the Angels from 1979 to '82, winning the AL MVP in 1979. "He was a big part of a lot of good Orioles teams," Showalter said. "He impacted a lot of people's lives, boy. A life well-lived. People talk about him reverently as a hitting coach and as a manager." … Utility infielder Ryan Flaherty received an off day from playing in his minor league rehab assignment for a right shoulder strain. Flaherty reached base six times (4-for-4, two walks) on Sunday playing for Double-A Bowie in his hometown of Portland, Maine. He's hitting .333/.511/.455 with four homers, 11 RBIs in 10 minor league games, but his return still doesn't seem imminent as he gets work at all infield spots and both corner infield positions. His 30-day rehab window expires next Tuesday. "He's progressing well," Showalter said. "His arm's getting better every day. Just getting used to throwing again. He's played all over." … Low Class-A Delmarva left-hander Alex Wells was named South Atlantic League Player of the Month for July after going 3-0 with an 0.00 ERA over five quality starts for the Shorebirds last month. He allowed just 13 hits over 31 innings and struck out 26 batters with no walks. Opposing batters hit just .124 against him. Wells, 20, is 9-5 with a 2.50 ERA and 0.95 WHIP. He had a 36-inning scoreless streak that was snapped in his last outing on Friday.